RANCHO TEHAMA RESERVE — Authorities said Thursday the number of people injured in the Rancho Tehama shooting rampage on Tuesday were 13 and seven of those wounded were children. All but one had been treated and released from the hospital by Thursday. Several GoFundMe pages have been started in the aftermath of the Rancho Tehama shootings. A woman and her adult son (Grandmother and Danny) were gunned down in their home, according to the fundraising page created for a 7-year-old boy named Gage.
A Rancho Tehama man says gunman Kevin Janson Neal before Tuesday's deadly assault, had threatened out loud he was going to kill his neighbor and after would kill his 7-year-old son at school. The threats made to Danny Lee Elliot may reveal Neal's motive for shooting up the classrooms at Rancho Tehama Elementary School. Elliot, 38, and his mother, Diana Lee Steele, 68, were among the first Neal killed before he went on his rampage, firing at people randomly on his way to the school.
RANCHO TEHAMA RESERVE, Calif. — As with other tragedies that have rocked America lately, the crowdfunding site GoFundMe has become a staple in sharing victims' stories and raising money to pay their medical bills and funerals. Here are three such stories from Tuesday's shooting spree in Northern California. Mike McFadyen was heading home to his son's 30th birthday celebration Tuesday when he checked in at the Boise Airport gate.
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